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Sarah Craig

Sarah Craig is a freelance radio reporter and documentary photographer. She is currently working on Dreams of Dust, @dreamsofdust, a multimedia project that documents stories of climate migration in California’s Central Valley, previously funded by the California Humanities. Her completed projects include Faces of Fracking, an investigation into the impact of fracking on the people and places of California, and The Gulf Disaster, stories on the lives of fishermen in the aftermath of the BP spill. Her work has been published by Marketplace, KQED's Bay Curious and Q'ed Up podcasts, KQED's California Report Magazine, KALW's Crosscurrents, Grist.org, High Country News, Earth Island Journal, and others. Sarah received a B.A. in Geography at Vassar College and attended the Salt Institute of Documentary Studies in Portland, ME. She recently received an Excellence in Journalism Award from the NorCal Society of Professional Journalists  for her documentary radio piece, "Will the Water Come." Email: scraig@kqed.org Twitter: @sarahcraigmedia Website: sarahcraigmedia.com

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